Investing

Monetary Metals Brief 2015

Anyone in the world buys gold when they don’t like the interest rate offered on paper, and especially when they don’t like the rising risks.

The Hidden Perils of Low Interest Rates

Investors may continue to benefit for some time from the consistent boosting of financial markets by central banks. However, the longer a major correction or even a crash takes to develop, the more sudden, deep and devastating it may be.

Black Gold Loses Glitter

While it is true that the new drilling techniques have revolutionized energy production in the U.S. and Canada, the increase in production has been mostly negligible on the global stage.

Too Big to Pop?

It’s as if the concept of “too big to fail” has evolved into the belief that some bubbles are too big to pop.